It's Q-rated at first whiff. Not too dry. Done roasted bout 4 batches so far.
Chocolatey with swirls of earthy nutmeg & a bouquet of Creosote. Finish contains oils reminiscent of 12 year scotch laid by an ancient tiller of cocoa.
Recommend first taste without the customary admixture of got milk/dollop of goat cream. Full bodied and deserving of heavy medium roast for fine tuning
Great natural, well balanced fruit and cocoa. Just keeps getting better as it cools in a pour over. Also works well as a blend with a Central American for espresso. Roasting city city+. Buy it , you won’t be disappointed
The best of all the natural Ethiopian coffees offered. Very fruit forward, sweet and delicious.
These are difficult beans to roast. The size of these beans varied greatly as well as their hardness. With each of my six roasts, some beans were not finished with the 1st C as others were already into their 2nd C. In the end, some of the roast was over developed and some was under developed. This might be acceptable as a dark expresso roast but not with a medium roast. I'm sorry to report this to you Bodhi.
This coffee made a nice espresso, Also my Son-in-law said it was his favorite so far of all the coffees I’ve given him brewed as drip!